High School Basketball Coach Fired for Impersonating 13-Year-Old In Game

We’d all like to be 13 again, even just for a few moments. But most grownups don’t try to convince others that they actually are 13.

Especially if you’re trying to replace a 13-year-old basketball player. And guess what? That is precisely what one grownup assistant basketball coach tried to do.

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For the record, acting like a kid doesn’t mean you are one, and this coach was fired for it. She wasn’t the only one dismissed either, as the head coaches of both the varsity and JV were surely aware, and likely behind the entire scheme. They were canned, too.

The crazy behavior took place in Portsmouth, Va., where Churchland High School assistant JV coach Arlisha Boykins checked into a game. Boykins is 22-years-old. The 13-year-old she was impersonating was out of town.

Needless to say, the parents of that player are livid.

β€œCoaches always preach to the kids about integrity and those types of things, so I was just shocked,” the father of the 13-year-old told WAVY-TV10.

The school is conducting a thorough investigation, and the remaining girls basketball season at Churchland, for both varsity and JV, has been cancelled.

“The players on the team, along with parents, chose to opt out of the remainder of the season,” WAVY reported.

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